Katy Criminal Defense Attorney
Mandy Miller was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. She attended
law school at Louisiana State University, where she excelled in both trial
and appellate advocacy. Mandy passed the Louisiana Bar exam and practiced
defense litigation until moving to Houston, Texas in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina.
After passing the Texas Bar exam in 2006, Mandy began working for the Harris
County District Attorney's Office. As an Assistant District Attorney,
Mandy spent years trying numerous misdemeanor and felony cases. Mandy
then accepted a position in the appellate division, where she authored
over 125 appellate briefs and writs of habeas corpus on issues concerning
everything from misdemeanors to the death penalty. Mandy has also successfully
argued before the Texas courts of appeals and the Court of Criminal Appeals
on several occasions.
As a defense attorney, she has shown that she is not afraid to force the
State to meet its high burden at trial. She has also been successful in
having a death row prisoner’s execution halted, and had two clients’
death sentences reversed and returned to the trial court for a new trial.
Mandy's legal practice focuses solely on criminal defense, both at
the trial and post-conviction level. No attorney can guarantee you a result
in your criminal case, but if there is a legal problem with how the police
or prosecutors handled the charges against you, Mandy will find it. Before
agreeing to representation, you and Mandy will thoroughly discuss the
case, the evidence against you and what result you would like to see.
This consultation is at no charge to you.
You are presumed innocent and the state MUST prove the charges against
you. Should you choose to hire Mandy, you will feel confident that you
will be involved in every step of your defense. Being charged with a crime
is a traumatizing experience. Mandy is available 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week to discuss your case and answer any questions you may have.
Even if you have been convicted of a crime, this does not mean the fight
is over. Mistakes are made at trial and even during the plea process.
Mandy has years of post-conviction experience in motions for new trial,
direct appeals, and writs of habeas corpus. If you believe you did not
receive a fair trial,
contact Mandy immediately to discuss your case.
Mandy is a member of the following associations:
- State Bar of Texas
- Houston Bar Association
- Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association
- Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Attorneys' Association